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punishment mlb sends their way. according to espn, a-rod's representatives are negotiating a settlement with major league baseball that could land him a lengthy suspension, mlb reportedly wants a-rod to sit out a minimum the rest of this year and next year. the yankee slugger has been reportedly shown volume of evidence. sources said mlb also has evidence that a-rod attempted to obstruct their investigation. that's the main reason they're looking at punishing him with a lifetime ban. >>> riley cooper apologized yesterday after video surfaced of him using a racial slur. >> i'm disgusted and i'm sorry. that's not the type of person i was. i wasn't raised that way. i have a great mom and dad at home. and, they're extremely, extremely disappointed in me. >> they fined him an undisclosed amou amount. >>> the pro bowl as we know it is no more. no longer the afc versus the nfc. they'll have a draft to determine the two teams. jerry rice and deion sanders will help pick the two sides. the game will also have plenty of rule changes, such as no kickoffs and possession changing after each quarter.
the associated press, mlb officials are threatening to boot a rod for life. that is unless he agrees to accept a long suspension. fox news can not independently confirm that that -- can county no confirm 10 years, 257-million-dollar contract. all of this has to do with a florida clinic which allegedly banned enforcement drugs. trace gallagher has the story. what happens if they can't strike a deal with a rod? >> will, harris if the commissioner bud selig signs on it's likely major league baseball moves forward and try to ban a rod for life. a rod in return would likely appeal that decision, while he is appealing he has the right to rodriguez may have to come clean to that arbitrator. now the experts say arbitrator would probably suspend him for about both sides' best interest to not drag this thing out. fox sports ken rosenthal says it's clear baseball is trying to clean up its image. listen. >> baseball definitely has been aggressive on this. in the minds of some, even too aggressive going after some of these players. that is to light. whether he is suspended for 2014. either way, baseball is
kind of. mlb officials have decided to add instant replays and managers challenges to the nation's past time. that's according to the commissioner bud selig. he says a few baseball big wigs proposed idea of replays to teen ownership groups. they apparently liked it bud selig called it historic day. the plan includes three managers, challenges her games on all calls except a strike zone. it should go into effect next season pending a final decision in november. hang on, red sox yankee games will now last seven hours. updating fox top stories tonight. officials in egypt report more than 600 people have died after a crackdown on supporters of the country's deposed former president yesterday. stocks dropped about 1.5% today following grim corporate outlooks from cisco and wal-mart. just a short time ago we saw a california teenager family and friend kidnapped for the first time since the ordeal. hanna anderson entering a restaurant. her father spoke outside, thanked the public for support. and on this day in 1969, the woodstock music festival opened its gate near be they will new york. prom
. and former mlb manager ozzie guillen tweeted, "it's all madonna's fault." every athlete she has been with has gone bad, canseco, rodman, and now rodriguez, lol, lol, lol. so many lols there. let's bring in rachel nichols, she's with cnn sports. funny comments, but the commissioner's office certainly isn't laughing here. >> no, hardly. when they suspended alex rodriguez yesterday, they used particularly harsh language in their statement. we said this was going to get ugly, well, it's getting ugly already. they could have just suspended him, talked about the status under which they suspended him. instead, they spelled out that he used multiple performance-enhancing drugs, including testosterone, they specified, including hgh over multiple years, making it clear this wasn't just a short period. their allegation is he used these drugs basically the entire time he was a yankee and all of those all-star numbers are fake, they are inflated. now alex rodriguez met the media shortly after that came out and he was asked point blank, did he use performance-enhancing drugs? it's interesting, brianna, he
in baseball, mlb expanding its video process next season giving managers a tool they never had . calls will be reviewed by a crew in mlb headquarters in new york city. the proposal is to be voted on by team owners in november. >> welcome to the 21st century. finally -- >> this bad boy is taking it to a whole new level. we're talking about a flying bat. the bat boy scoops up the creature in his glove and has fun scaring players in the dugout. then he sets it free. >> what year left? >> i'm going to be a junior. >> plenty of time to get another internship in. the ultimate thrill, toss to maria. >> now maria, what's the weather? >> by the way, you do sports. we're in new york city city and we have two boston fans from boston. big red sox fans? >> yes, huge. >> another person over there wearing a boston hat and also a huge fan. >> how are you? i got to run. >> another day you're looking at, temperatures below average, waking up to temperatures only in the 40s. 45 in international false, and green bay, 52. a beautiful day. as we head to the afternoon, we'll be in the low 80s in new york cit
. >>> speaking of the mlb, they're planning to expand instant replay next season. right now only umpires can review boundary calls like whether a home run is fair or foul, but under the new proposed system, managers will be able to challenge calls for review. now, balls and strikes can never be reviewed, but plays at bases, fair or foul balls, trapped catches, those can all be reviewed. before this is implemented in 2014, umpires and players are going to have to vote on it. then owners will have to approve it. >>> sarah thomas is a 39-year-old mother of three. now, she was actually the line judge in last night's saints/raiders preseason game. and this was an audition for sarah to possibly become the first full-time female referee in nfl history. now, she is absolutely no stranger to being the first in this profession. seven years ago at the collegiate level, she was the first female to officiate a division one football game. she was also the first female to officiate is bowl game. she will go back to refereeing college games and she'll be open for a possible position if one comes available i
growth hormone over the course of multiple years. mlb officials also alleging rodriguez attempted to cover up his violations and obstruct their investigation. rodriguez says he'll appeal. in the past, rodriguez has also denied a connection to the former head of biogenesis and taking peds from the clinic, but when asked more than once to clarify on monday, rodriguez dodged those questions. >> we will have a forum to discuss all of that and we will talk about it then. >> reporter: well, under the rules and regulation, rodriguez is allowed to keep playing while he appeals, but his all-star career forever tainted as well as the world of baseball. chris? >> appreciate the reporting from there, jason. >>> what does this mean for a-rod and for major league baseball? let's bring in rachel nichols joining us from rochester, new york. let's go through the punch points here. in perspective terms, what did yesterday mean historically for major league baseball? >> yeah, this is a big step forward for major league baseball. it basically told players we will find you. we don't need a positive te
on july 12th. that with mlb investigation about performance enhancing drugs. he also saw a new doctor without team approval. >>> despite his love of jogging and bicycle riding, he's always been a model of physical fitness. just last week underwent surgery to remove coronary artery or receive one after that was clogged. it's good news. >> with heart disease being the number one killer in our country, how can you be sure you're healthy enough to avoid the outcome. the doctor is here to reveal super foods to keep our heart healthy and help us live a longer life. nice to see you. >> nice to see you guys. >> what stands out like a sore thumb, i don't see any bread or processed carbohydrates. >> no processed foods. >> no processed food is a way to start. we have it broken down by color. start with red. tomatoes. >> red is lycopene, pigment that gives food coloring, a potent antioxidant. it can increase the build up of fatty plaque in the arteries, arthrosclerosis. >> what about citrus. >> think fiber. it works like a sticky glue i think so in test i think so to get cholesterol so you have i
of this calendar year. it means he can play through the rest of the season. mlb has declined comment but the head of the player's union says the suspension is, quote, way out of line. the yankees were in chicago last night trying to avoid a three-game sweep. bottom of the ninth. that's mariana rivera in the game. adam dunn slaps a single to tie the game, 4-4. mariana's third blown save of the year. going to the 12th inning, the yankees trying to hold on to a one-run lead. alejandro dehas knocks it off the wall. they get the walk-off win and sweep. can you believe this, the yankees are 11 1/2 games behind first place boston who beat the astros last night. the red hot braves going for their 13th straight win against the nationals. top of the eighth, game tied at 3-3. jason heyward finds the hole for a simm. braves up, bottom of the ninth, nates threatening with the bases loaded. kimbrel, what's he going to do with wilson ramos. he lines out. braves win, 13 consecutive victories for the atlanta braves. they are 15 1/2 games up on the second place washington nationals. another streak in cleveland wit
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